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This is right at the end of the travertens... However, to reach there, you can either walk which is quite tough in the heat or you can take a rental bus near hierapolis which takes you up, stops for about 15 mins lets you click...More
This ampitheater is built differently from some of the other early church ruins. It is also just as it was 'uncovered/discovered' when archaeologists started digging around. You can see where Christians had their shops, their special markings, and you can see the hot springs and...More
this artwotk was build long time ago and by than alredy ppls made it that wen u was talking nomaly on scene it can be heared till top seat with and some ekxo sound sistematic thay maniged to build this magnificient building!
Dating back to Greco-Roman times, this is a beautiful place to visit. What was annoying was the lack of attribution to Hellenistic history - this is distortion of history.
Also annoying was a young man at the entrance with a very large parrot, standing there...More
There is a book 115 ancient sites with 119 theaters in Anatolia written by Yaşar Yılmaz.That is true that a theater was everthing of that time of a city maybe one of the best condition theater in Anatolia with the diffrence of Italians and Turks...More
Best time will be spring most probably. Bodrum is 3 hrs drive. 1 day with a guide is ok. You have to read some historical info before you come. If you rent a car Dedeman hotel is out of the city Denizli. We stayed there.